tchotchkes


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tchotchkes

Promotional items such as baseball caps or mouse pads distributed at high technology trade fairs and exhibitions.
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In Capote's day, the home was filled with books and tchotchkes, and decorated with yellow stuffed chairs, pillows and animal skins.
Along with a few lacquer readymades came paintings such as The lost waterbirds in Central Asia, 2009, and The Chinese garden seats by the haystacks in the field near the woods, 2011, all rounded out by a fancy dim-sum selection of Chinese as well as Chinese-y tchotchkes including umbrellas and lanterns.
Pick from fun "good luck" tchotchkes, like lucky charms and beverages, and turn up winnings with a bonus 7-card stud game on the top box.
At La Fuente, no space on the walls is left unfilled with tchotchkes.
1, to an ``Antiques Roadshow'' for pop tchotchkes of the 1960s and later.
com has more than 100 corporate clients and has a catalogue of more than fifty thousand different promotional products that range from embroidered sportswear to tchotchkes of every flavor.
Two of these, plus Communication Station, act as shelving units, serving up totemic tchotchkes similar to those Johnson has used before.
There are a lot of companies in the baseball memorabilia market that sell tchotchkes," he said.
Altruism is the new trend, as bridal couples give to charities instead of buying tchotchkes.
She and her husband spent months fixing it up, scouring local vintage stores for midcentury sofas, chairs and patio sets, objets d'art, and tchotchkes to make it feel like home.
What: ``Joan of Arcadia'' for agnostics: A proud underachiever (Caroline Dhavernas) working in a Niagara Falls souvenir shop receives messages from the animal tchotchkes surrounding her.
While you're at it, treat yourself to a new cabinet to display some of the books and tchotchkes you're bound to pick up on your travels.